La Joya Juarez-Lincoln girls soccer snaps McHi’s district win streak

McAllen High's Hannah Kelly (2) walks past the La Joya Juarez-Lincoln's Leslie Lopez, Melanie Olivarez, Daisy Reyes and Abdaly Pineda as they celebrate their win Monday, March, 18, 2019 in La Joya. (Delcia Lopez | dlopez@themonitor.com)

LA JOYA — La Joya Juarez-Lincoln and McAllen High’s girls soccer teams met on the pitch for the second time this season Monday.

Just like the first clash of District 30-6A giants, the match did not disappoint. Even with a single goal in 80 minutes, the tempo was fast-paced and the skill level was an indication that RGV girls soccer is entering a new echelon.

Photo Gallery: Juarez Lincoln defeats McHi girls

La Joya Juarez-Lincoln (12-1, 35 pts) was able to hang on and shut out McHi 1-0 behind a goal scored 12 minutes in by sophomore Pricilia Hernandez on a free-kick.

With the win, the Huskies snapped the Bulldogs’ district winning streak at 50 games, dating back to March 2015.

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